This drawing on the sand was far from premeditated. I left for a scouting in the middle of summer to find a sandbank, which I would use to make a fresco for a report on the Vélodyssée. However, I had taken my rake and my drone, but without conviction because the weather that day was far from being good. After more than 30 minutes of brisk walking to reach the beach, I finally arrive at the place where I know that it will be only me and the reporting team to carry out this project. The idea was to avoid being disrupted by tourism and its beach activities in high season. The effort to get here having been rather intense, I decided all the same to draw a drawing on the sand so as not to leave without images. The wind and the clouds do not provide the ideal setting, but I start all the same in the improvisation of these waves, which come to jeopardize this lighthouse, which stands so high, that it seems fragile. After 2h30 of tracing on the beach, I take my shots with the drone as usual, before leaving for 40 minutes of walking this time, because the return will be longer.